17140 El Mirador, Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067
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17140 El Mirador, Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067

$ 4,295,000 - sold
17140 El Mirador,

Property Description

A Covenant Jewel

Rancho Santa Fe Covenant

Up a long private driveway one discovers this absolutely charming Shangri-La. Surrounded with lush gardens, this beautiful 4-5 bedroom early California style bungalow emerges. A separate 1BR/1BA Guest House, or Theater, is steps away. The bungalow captures all the benefits of this pristine view location with giant windows framing majestic scenery all the way to La Jolla. Doors from the family room, kitchen eatery and master lead to its fullest. Bedrooms are privately separated and the master is on its own floor alongside the study. A private sun room is found off of the formal living room. This is a very private parcel which enjoys unprecedented views and a sense of openness beyond compare. Come let this environment shape you.

Property Details

  • Price: $ 4,295,000
  • 17140 El Mirador
  • City:
  • Area:
  • County: Rancho Santa Fe
  • State: CA
  • Zip: 92067
  • Country: United States
  • Property Size: 7,100 sq. feet
  • Acres: 3.29
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 6

Year Built: 2008

# Car Garage: 3

Amenities and Features

yesguest house
yespool house
yesoutdoor living room
yeswine cellar
yesrecreation room
yesgame room
yesroom for horses
yessun room

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